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The Freemason Abbey building was built and originally dedicated as a church in 1873 by the congregation of the Second Presbyterian Church. In 1902 the congregation sold the property to the First Church of Christ Scientist, who occupied the building until 1948. From 1948 through 1987 it served as a meeting hall for the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. In early 1988 the planning of the Freemason Abbey Restaurant and Tavern began. The renovation continued each day with a strong sense of pride.
When the ships sailed from the Old World to the New, they stopped in the Canary Islands for supplies. One of the important provisions brought aboard was wine, referred to as “Canary.” Our restaurant is named after a reference in the Colonial Era playwright John Lyly's poem. Located in the heart of Colonial Williamsburg, Fat Canary has received the AAA Four Diamond award for each of the past ten years since its opening eleven years ago.
Cutlass Grille serves tasty American-style cuisine. Children are more than welcome to dine at this restaurant, where there's something for everyone on the menu. Check email, shop online, or get the latest game scores on Cutlass Grille's free wifi. Patio tables and chairs are ready for Cutlass Grille diners who prefer their meals al fresco. Don't be afraid to enjoy your food on the go — this restaurant offers takeout for your busy schedule.
Navy Gateway Inns and Suites combines all the comforts of a hotel while specializing in official business accommodations. If you're traveling for leisure, don't forget to check with NGIS! Reserve your room today! Naval business hotel providing casual rooms & suites along with free laundry service. Free Wi-Fi, Coffee Maker, Cable TV, Microwave
Downtown Norfolk - and Olde Towne Portsmouth – Where Happy Holidays Happen. A breathtaking illuminated skyline, giant Christmas trees, beautiful decorations, scheduled snowfalls, a winter wonderland and all the holiday festivities you can imagine.
This is the Travelhost Hampton Roads des- ignated piece of art to present our local teenager artist contest. Juliette Da Dep- po is 16th years old, she lives in Virginia Beach, she is a junior at BSCHS and follows AP ART this year.
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